F1B Golden Doodle Litter (Doe Dee) – Born August 20, 2013

All Doe Dee’s puppies have now been SOLD!

Doe Dee (F1 Golden Doodle) and Cesar ( Registered Silver Factor Chocolate Standard Poodle) now have only two F1B Golden Doodle females and three males available. These pups are now starting to change color, they will not stay black but will be a beautiful ‘shotgun gray’ with gold, silver and gray hairs throughout their coat, making them a unique coat color. They have now had three sets of boosters, have been dewormed twice and are totally vet checked.

They have great manners, they have not been allowed to jump up on me, tug at clothes or lick. They have been trained to pee and poop in one area, and they sleep in a crate with the door off…so house training and crate training will go smoothly. I have done lots of foot work on them, they have had nails nipped weekly, paw massages every time they are handled and this weeks lesson was to have the hair between pads and toes scissor trimmed off.

These are well started pups, they are non shedding and will be very loyal, gentle, clean and intelligent dogs that would love to share their life with a loving family. Delivery to the central prairies is included in the price of the puppy, we do not ship our pups but choose to deliver them to as close to you as we can get, further away buyers can meet me part way. For more pictures of a certain pup let me know by the toy in the pictures with that pup and I will send all the pictures I took of him or her. Call 306 792-2113 or text 306 521-1371 or use my contact page


These pups are Doe Dee and Cesar’s last litter, she is also retiring and will be looking for a farm or acreage home. They were born August 20th and will be ready to start leaving October 19th. The vet has been here for boosters and complete vet check and we are good to go! These are non shedding F1B Golden Doodles that will not stay black, as they get a little older they will brindle in color, they are beautiful and will be very unique.


Doe Dee (Light Apricot F1 Golden Doodle) and Cesar (Registered Silver Factor Chocolate Standard Poodle) have had their last litter of puppies. They were born August 20th and the Doe Dee/Cesar combo is most certainly going out with a boom…. there are 13 puppies! They have been bottle supplemented around the clock until a few days ago when they started on a dish (hooray!). Both Doe Dee and I are celebrating with a full nights sleep! Some of these pups were already spoken for even before they were born.

These pups are black now but are not going to stay black, they are going to get gold and silver hairs through out their coats as they mature, which is called brindle in color. They are going to be unique and outstanding looking dogs! They are guaranteed non shedding as they are F1B, second generation Golden Doodles. They have had their dew claws removed, they will have two sets of boosters and be dewormed twice, completely vet checked and are very well handled. The tiny ends are nipped off their nails weekly and paw massages are given daily, so foot handling for grooming and nail clipping will not be an issue. They sleep in a crate with the door off, so crate training will be a simple procedure, since crate training and house training go together you will be amazed at how quickly that will go for you. They are already peeing and pooping in one small area of their very large pen, so teaching them to go in one area of your yard will not take long.

I do not allow any bad habits to begin, they have not been allowed to put their feet up on me, tug at clothing or shoe laces, nor lick….so they are well started with manners and come with lots of instructions on how to keep them well mannered.

These pups will be ready to go October 15th. They are $900 and that price includes delivery safely into your arms. I do not ship my puppies but choose to drive them, assuring that they arrive safely and not traumatized into the forever families arms. For more information call 306 792-2113 or text 306 521-1371 or use my contact page. I have taken lots of pictures of each pup so if you see one that catches your eye I will send you all the pictures of that particular puppy, they each have a different toy, so refer to the pup by the toy that is with it. I am here to advise you on your choice, I like people to choose wisely, this choice will live with you for about 15 years, Doodles have longevity. These are loyal, intelligent, obedient, clean, easy to train, family dogs that will just amaze you with how quickly they pick up on what you want from them.


Doe Dee (F1 Golden Doodle from Einstein and Katie) had a planned rendezvous with Cesar, my Registered Silver Factor Chocolate Standard Poodle, which resulted in a bakers dozen F1B Golden Doodle pups born August 20th. Doe Dee and I am so happy that they are starting on a dish we are celebrating, each with a different drink in our paw and a lot of petting time. This is their first debut pictures….if you see a fat little cutie that interests you please let me know. It helps me to help you if I know what sex, what coat texture (curly, wavy or straighter) and temperament you are looking for. Please do not pick your puppy by color alone…you need to look at confirmation and temperament also. These guys are ready mid October….dew claws are off, two sets of boosters and vet check will be done.

These pups will not stay black but will brindle in color as they get older, with silver, gold, and chocolate hair throughout their coat….it is really an outstanding color. They are non shedding Doodles. For more information call 306 792-2113 or text 306 521-1371 or use my contact page.

Stewie (Chestermere, AB)

This ‘Pot Licker’ is Stewie. There is not, to the best of my knowledge, any Italian in Stewie but I think he has a fondness for spaghetti! Maybe a little red wine to go with it. It sounds like this guy has an awesome personality and is very lucky to have a family like this. Stewie lives in Chestermere, Alberta. He looks like he could be a little mischievous even in the pictures, he has that twinkle in his eye, but it looks like Michelle has that same look, so this makes a matching pair of bookends. His family wrote:

We wanted to send you a quick note on Stewie. He turned two this past December and he looks like he has finally slowed down on the growing portion – he is now a stellar 90 Pounds and is quite tall and leggy.

Still charming and gentle and a little mischevious on occasion. He comes with me quite often to work and sleeps under my desk and is terrific company for us all. We continue to work on training him and he is quite a smart fellow!

We were not however, teaching him how to cook in the attached picture. He is such great company for us all and we couldn’t have asked for a better companion!


Here is an update on Stewie. Darla is his full sister and she just has her first pups now from Einstein, so now he is Uncle Stewie. Take a look at this Halloween costume, that is awesome!

The answer to their question is ‘yes’ I know what to do about ear infections. Keep the hair plucked out of the ear canal every few months, I use a forceps that have a curve in them. If you are squeamish get your groomer to pluck them out but it really is easy to do and most dogs learn to like it, they lay in my lap to have it done. Then make sure the heaviness is clipped off the centre of the ear inside and out, so in other words just leave the fringe around the edges, the weight of the hair keeps the ear too close to the head so the canal doesn’t get any air. Tip the dogs head to one side and pour hydrogen peroxide into the ear canal and gently massage the base of the ear so it runs down into the ear canal. If it bubbles you have an ear infection or mites and it works for both, if it just sits there then you don’t. Regardless, it will clean the ear canal. If it bubbles, or not, clean it out with Q-tips, be careful to go straight down into the canal and twirl the Q-tip in one direction, don’t twirl it one way and then go the other way, this way any loose hair will wrap around the Q-tip and you can pull is out. Repeat until the ear canal is squeaky clean and then get it as dry as possible with Kleenex and Q-tips. If you have ear medication or drops now is the time to put it in. I clean the dogs ears when they get clipped spring and fall, I rarely have an ear infection in between except with Daisy so I cleaned her ear that was infected for five days in a row and eventually I actually flushed out a dead beetle.

My groomer taught me this, her daughter, who is 11 years old now, was prone to ear infections when she was younger, Thea’s sister worked in a health food store and read about this in one of the books. Thea tried it and Dinah has not had an ear infection in a couple years now. I have used this on my dogs for the last eight years and it works wonderfully. Stewie’s family wrote:

We had a quick question regarding Stewie. He keeps getting ear infections. We have taken him to the vet several times but have not been able to re-mediate them.

We were wondering if you had any ideas on how we can help him….


Here is an update and a new picture from Stewie’s family:

Hi Margaret Ann – here is the latest picture of Stewie and Elora. They have so much fun together! He just had his first haircut and is looking very handsome. Such a sweetheart. They are inseparable.


This is one of Kloe and Cesar‘s pups born Dec. 17th. 2012. Stewie lives in Chestermere, Alberta, with his family who wrote us:

Just a quick update. Stewie is doing well. He is already 70 pounds and still growing. Easy to groom and a very steady personality. Absolutely loves our daughter Elora – they are inseparable. He travels with me most places I go and is an absolute scream. He went for his first hair cut yesterday. We kept him long though as he has the wire hair and it`s pretty easy to take care of. He loves to camp and go for walks. Never far away and he has never run off but stays close to us. Great dog!!!


Ruffino is really turning into a uniquely marked dog. Obviously well handled to get her to pose like this. The last photo is a painting of Ruffino done by her “very proud, very happy” owner.


Ruffino (formerly named Darby) is one of Winnie and Cesar’s F1 Labra Doodles born March 3, 2013. He now lives on an acreage near Calgary. The coloring is extremely unique and Cesar has some new pups that are looking like they are going to brindle also with some black in them as well. What a beautiful and wise looking pup!


Here is Escort on Christmas Eve with her new family. They wrote:

We are in love with Escort. She has really calmed down and gotten used to the routines here. She loves the kid’ socks and underwear. LOL. She is just so sweet. The other dogs and her are getting along well and have had some big chasing matches in the yard. The first few nights she howled off and on in her kennel during the night but not a peep last night. We’ve been brushing her and brushing her teeth and she just lets us! You are very welcome for the little Xmas gift. I appreciate what you have done more than I can ever say! I hope you can find some happiness tomorrow. I will be thinking of you!


Although I did not advertise Escort she is now sold, I had two buyers contact me, the first one, from Ontario, wasted a lot of my time (which is the one thing I do not have to waste) by wanting me to bath and fast her and bring her all the way to Winnipeg so she could check out her temperament, I gave her my vet’s phone number so she could check with him on the temperament, and how I handle my dogs and pups…she never called him and now is angry that she is not the one getting the pup. The Calgary buyer knew exactly what she wanted and read the write up I did on Escort and committed. You can post this whole email. I am sincerely tired of tire kickers, if you are not seriously interested in a pup, please do not apply. If you are wanting one for Spring I will gladly put you on a waiting list.


Escort is from Dory and Cesar, she is already showing signs of brindling in color, so she will have a gorgeous coat…so far loose curls…and long legs!   She is a go getter and has to be shown who the boss is every so often, so by this, I know she will be a very attentive learner.   I intend on making her into a Palliative Care dog, to visit the elderly (a group that I am fast joining into).   I will update her progress and pictures on my web site as she grows and starts her training…. I am going to give this girl all the training I can!  For those of you who have known me for a long time… she will be even better than Ben, and that is going some!